survey traverse

survey traverse

[′sər‚vā trə′vərs]
(engineering)

survey traverse

In surveying, a sequence of lengths and directions of lines between points on the earth, obtained by or from field measurements and used in determining positions of the points.
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2) in the closed survey traverse were determined using total station measurements.
Workflow of the stages of the case study Establishment of a geodetic network * Designing the survey traverse around and inside the building.
An additional four survey traverses inside the building, one on each floor connected to baselines outside the building were generated (see Fig.
We used targets and performed conventional survey traverse and leveling to keep our scans tight.
Our first task was to create a network of survey traverse stations suitable for monitoring the effects of the project on adjacent roads and buildings, some o which are highly sensitive listed structures, " he explained.
In addition, this modern 2D survey traverses the proposed 2016 Australian Offshore Petroleum Exploration Acreage Release areas which are expected to be released in July 2016.